1920s movie or song that had an impact on society?

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"Birth of a Nation was issued in 1915. Battleship Potemkin was issued in 1925. The Jazz Singer (the first picture to include sound) was issued in 1927 All Quiet On The Western Front was issued in 1930. Of the four, the Battleship Potemkin probably had the greatest impact on American Society and influenced an entire generation as to their perspective of the (then new) Soviet Union."
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"Concurrently, video broadcasters had been confronted by a lot of problems related to the approaching connected with noise, such as limited market segments pertaining to Language-terminology talkies. Many Showmanship stars/stars was missing full noises and point have, along with their particular marketability lessened. "
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